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san jose police searching this morning for one of two men wanted in connection with the
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violent crime wave of this city. how an innocent man ended up being killed. new video of a crisis spinning out of control in the middle east. israel says it is ready to take the conflict to the next level if the peace talks fail. also, the feds may be just weeks away from taking over the oakland police department who is now involved in the blame game. >> reporter: thanksgiving is almost here but some charities still don't have enough for needy families. we're live in san jose to explain what is still needed. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm i'm tori -- i'm tori campbell. a man is wanted in connection with a violent crime spree that led to an officer-
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involved shooting. alex savidge is thrive san jose where a memorial has been set up for a man caught in the middle of the violence. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. san jose police say while these two criminals were on the run, they tried to carjack a man here outside of the 7-11 store. and that driver ended up being shot and killed in the process. you can see outside of the store. a memorial has been set up for the victim identified as rory from san jose. police are trying to identify the man. one arrest has been blade. jonathan willwanks, 26 years old, is behind bars. police believe he and his friends committed these crimes and then opened up shots. police returned fire, wounding wilbanks. he was eventually taken into custody. police say -- police say his
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accomplice managed to escape. he's considered a danger to the public. a police spokesman said they don't have any updates so far on the search but they do have a news conference planned for 9:0. keep in mind -- 9:30. keep in mind there is a $10,000 reward on the table for any information in this case. back to you. >> thank you. developing news out of the middle east. the cross talks continue between israel and gaza despite international peace efforts. we saw one air strike that sent a huge plume of smoke in the air. it turns out that was where a lot of local and foreign news organizations have offices. jihad said that air strike killed one of its top leaders. and hamas militants continue to fire rockets into israel most of which are intercepted by the iron dome
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defense system. u.s. lawmakers are closely following the developments. the united states of america has got to push as hard as we can to resolve this israeli/palestinian issue. so many events are making that process go forward. >> senator mccain goes on to believe he thinks the u.s. should send a high-ranking official. >> this is the first visit ever. coming up at 7:15, the other history-making stop on the
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president's stop. >> three people have been arrested now in connection with the death of a homeless man in santa cruz. police say the body of the 51- year-old victim was found late saturday night. he was pronounced dead at the camp site south of depot park. shortly after police say they found the suspects, jeremiah long, michael hudson and shaland gonzalez. they were booked for murder. the oakland tribune says the police union filed a harsh critique in court. the union also claims internal affairs investigators resulted in injust -- resulted in unjust
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charges. a judge will hear arguments about whether to appoint a federal receiver. volunteers are preparing to serve holiday meals to those in need. janine de la vega has more. >> reporter: in about two hours, sacred heard -- sacred heart will be handing out these turkeys. people will be getting canned food, stuffing, fresh vegetables. they are okay as far as the number of donations they've gotten of canned foods but they don't -- they will not have enough turkeys to get them to the next couple of days. sacred heart community service will be giving out around 4,000 holiday food boxes to low income families. they will open the doors here at 9:00 a.m. to start handing out the boxes. about a week and a half ago, hundred of people lined up. some with small children.
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they spent the night make sure they would get the food boxes for thanksgiving and also toys for the staff for christmas. even though the job market has picked up, the staff says it has not helped those low-income families, all of them. >> we're trying to understand the economy ourselves. this past week it was extremely busy here at sacred heart. >> reporter: sacred heart says while they have enough turkeys for today, they won't have enough to get them through tuesday or wednesday. they are short about 1,000 turkeys. they would really appreciate donations. if anyone wants to drop off a turkey. of course, they are taking monetary donation. they said to think about christmas when they are gonna need more canned food and toys. all of these boxes, those are all gonna be -- gonna be given out today. reporting live from san jose,
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janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. san francisco authorities could pass a nudity ban tomorrow. this would make nudity illegal with the exception of permitted street fairs and parades. scott wiener is behind the pressure -- measure, saying there are too many complaints behind homeowners and nudity especially in the castro district. a group of nudists filed a lawsuit. let's check in with sal. >> westbound coming into san francisco. it's backed up for about a 15,
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20-minute delay. there are no major problems on the bridge. it's been slow. we're thinking as we get closer to the thanksgiving holiday. we'll -- we'll have a better commute. let's move along and take a look at the commute here on interstate 880. i'm sorry, interstate 80. the traffic is moving along. thor are no major problems. it's a little bit slow in richmond. we're talking about 0. it's getting -- about 880. the actual san mateo bridge and dumbarton bridge looks good heading off to the peninsula. >> here's steve. >> thank you, sal. one more front has to -- has to -- the hills are really green. that's really, really good.
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a mix of clouds and sunshine. early rain takes us into early wednesday. thanksgiving will be fine. we have to look out -- we have to watch out for that fog. partly cloudy, p partly cloudy -- it will be all right. upper 50s. the rain stays north. tomorrow night it will be a different story. we have a lot of cloud cover. forget that. that's just feedback. upper 40s a few. mainly, 50s on the temperatures. get a little break in the clouds. i mean, once we get rid of that cloud cover and we get clear, that fog is just itching to go. today everything stays up towards mendocino county. ewe kyia, clearlake. that's a lot of cloud cover. not much rain. but there is been some steady light rain. tomorrow night this whole system moves south. so then the pattern changes and it looks like things will go
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quieter. it might get colder as we head to the end of the month. mostly cloudy, light rain develops. then it picks up. mostly sunny, partly cloudy, more sun to the south, more clouds to the north. that means temperatures will be in the 60s today. low to mid -- i don't think there will be much of a change. a little cooler up towards santa rosa, yountville, clearlake, ukiah, a little warmer san jose. a lot of 60s. clouds increased tuesday. north bay and then for everyone late into early wednesday. it is out of here. thanksgiving looks fine. around the coast and the bay looks sunny and warmer. san jose's catholic bishop personally apologized during a family mass after a convicted sex offender was allowed to volunteer at a sex offender last month. he said he was so -- he was sorry that he gave that
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offender permission to work the event. both the diocese and the sheriff's office are investigating. a meeting for concerned parents, now a plan for november 27th. we have new video of that deadly oil rig explosion in the gulf of mexico. >> look at that. something just blew up. >> yeah, it did! >> how a cameraman was able to record it as it happened on friday morning. plus -- what paula broadwell was saying about her friends from the fallout with her aware from david petraeus. , we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with toasted oats, or sweet golden honey. perfect combinations of nature's delicious ingredients, from nature valley. ♪ ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valley granola bars, nature at its most delicious.
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partly sunny today. upper 40s. looks good for the holiday weekend. look at that! >> something just blew up.
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>> this is new video that an oil rig blew up on friday in the gulf of mexico. a tv crew was recording for a fishing show when their cameras caught that blast just off of the louisiana coast. the explosion was at a black elk energy oil platform. 11 people were hurt. one worker was killed. another one still missing. well, there is a meeting today they will be talking about the chevron refinery in richmond. coming up at 7:42, why one group says people in the east bay are still at risk in nearly four months after the fire at that refinery. it is 7:15. afghan president hamid karzai is not happy that u.s. forces are still arresting and holding afghan prisoners. despite an agreement that now gives the power to afghanistan. karzai said the continued u.s. involvement in the arrest and imprisonment of afghan the is "completely against the agreement that's been signed."
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but the u.s. wants the agreement to detain prisoners that they believe are too dangerous to release. this is video of paula broadwell arriving back home in charlotte, north carolina, with her husband yesterday. broadwell spent last week at her brother's home in washington, d.c. a friend of broadwell's says she deeply regrets the damage that's been done to her family and everyone else's. and she's trying to repair the damage and move forward. new this morning, president obama is making the last stop of his whirlwind tour of southeast asia. he's now attending an east asian summit in cambodia. alison burns is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with how the president is making history on this trip. alison? >> reporter: tori, he's the first american president to visit cambodia. here is a look at president obama's arrival for the east asia summit. white house officials say the
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president had a tense meeting earlier with the prime minister of cambodia because president obama spent most of the meeting raising concerns about human rights issues. president obama received an incredibly warm welcome and as he visited myanmar yesterday, the country had long been considered an outcast. the president praised its progress but made clear that the u.s. support would disappear if the democratic reforms were not continued. >> the flickers of process that we've seen mutt not be extinguished. they must continue and become a shining north store for all of the people. >> reporter: in myanmar president obama met with the reform leader at the home where she spent years under arrest arrest. president obama meets with chinese and japanese leaders tomorrow. reporting live from washington, d.c., alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 7:17. now we're hearing from a
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girlfriend of tech pioneer john mcafee. police want to question mcafee about the murder of his neighbor, americans aboutman, gregory fall. over the weekend, mcafee eight parent -- apparent i started posting to a blog -- apparently starting posting to a blog about the harassing government and that he fears the police will kill him in he comes forward. cnn talked to his girlfriend. >> he will turn himself in if they ease the pressure off him. he didn't do it. he said he didn't do t he was here with me and two -- didn't do it. he was here with me and two other girls. >> authorities are still trying to figure out if the same gun was to kim his dogs as the killing of his neighbor. a hair salon is reopening
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this week one year. the ex-husband of a salon owner went on a shooting rampage at the salon in seal beach. the death penalty for the man accused is set for march. 7:18. people in the bay area took a moment to remember victims of america's worst mass suicide. a somber ceremony was held at the evergreen cemetery in oakland yesterday to mark the anniversary of the jonestown massacre. on november 1th, 1978 -- november 18th, 1978, the owner of the cult ordered his people to drink crien identify kool- aid -- cyanide kool-aid. nurses at two san jose
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hospitals operated by hospital corporation of america will also walk out. the nurses are working without a contract and say management wants them to make concessions for health coverage and paid sick leave. the strike is only supposed to last for one day but the hospitals will lock nurses out for five days because of their contract with replacement nurses. state and federal officials are conducting investigations at soledad state prison for apparent wrongdoing by some nurses. investigators are looking into payroll fraud by one nurse and the diversion of pharmacy drugs intended for inmates by two other nurses. the nurses are also suspected of falsifying medical records to cover up for the missing drugs. a spokeswoman for the california department of corrections confirmed the investigation. she says the department is taking "appropriate action." 7:20. because it's a holiday week, people want to know about the
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weather. >> yes. >> it's very important. more rain is coming. look outside our window now. steve says he will tell you when to expect to see more rain and if it will affect thanksgiving. hostess is looking to liquid date but the reason you may still be able to get some of those -- liquidate, but the reason you may still be able to get some of those cupcakes. and we'll have the morning commute for you coming up. have a good night. here you go. you, too.
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other movie. today, the company that makes twinkies and ding-dongs will be in a new york bankruptcy court. hostess is asking the court for per noise sell its ajets and go -- permission to sell its assets. and they fully expect other companies to bid on their products. as our weather gets colder and we use heaters more, you are advised to have carbon monoxide heaters. carbon monoxide has no color or smell. it is produced by heaters, appliances. every year 480 people all over the country are killed by carbon monoxide poisoning. as many as 20,000 are rushed to the hospital. 7:24. we want to check in with sal, see what's happening with the
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roads. the bay bridge toll plaza still crowded? >> it's one of the most crowded commutes we have. it's a little surprising on this monday before thanksgiving. but we do have a lot of people going except if you are in the carpool lane. you will be waiting for 20, 25 minutes at the toll plaza. we're looking at the commute on the san mateo bridge. that looks pretty good heading off to the high rise. it looks like the flights at sfo will have a pretty easy time coming in and going out. this is a look at 880 southbound. let's go to steve. more clouds up to the north bay. one more front in this current pattern and then things quiet down a little bit as we head into thursday and the weekend. there will be a lot of that -- sh valley fog popping up -- that valley fog popping up. partly clear, partly cloudy.
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it will be clear. you can see the rain up towards eureka, crescent city. forget that stuff this middle. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. they kind of are in a small range here just due to the cloud cover. that cloud cover is going to move starting tuesday but not today. clouds, sun, mild, more cloudy, skies north. a lot more sun to the south. you can expect more clouds. 60s, mid-60s a little cooler up to the north bay. front comes in tuesday afternoon. tuesday into wednesday. and then it is out of here. thursday looks good. it will be dry as we go into the weekend. some of that fog could make for very difficult driving, nights and morning, especially away from the coast. 7:26. we're getting late word now. there has been a major fire at a russian river resort. the 49ers get ready for a game tonight against the bears. but who will are they have as
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7:29. we're just learning about some breaking news from sonoma county. four people are in the hospital after a fire at a russian river resort. the fire at guerneville lodge also brought down fire lines across river road. the code is -- the road is closed to 316. the fire started at 3:15 this morning. the firefighters were able to knock it down in 45 minutes. four people were taken to the hospital. the extent of their injuries is not known. pg&e has been called to the scene to repair the power lines. muni must decide what to do with a multimillion dollar windfall. >> reporter: good morning. free rides for low income use
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or make improvements to the sagging fleet? that's the dip lel ma that's before muni right now. it's really a faith that's hitting overnight activists and mass transit. supervisor scott wiener is pushing to use the funds for maintenance pointing out the poor performance rate. i guess it has to work and carry around for free? i still think that muni works all right. so if they can do some balance that would be great. now wiener believes the 6.7 million should be used to fix buses and street cars to improve service reliability, but critics say wiener is creating a false ultimatum, that the many available should go to youth. and when future funds become available, they can be used for
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projects. live from san francisco, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. menlo park police are increasing patrols in the bel haven area after a man was shot to death while walking to his car. a candle marks the spot where 42-year-old kerry custodylive of knew arc died saturday night. he was visiting a friend when he was attacked. police are not sure if the attack was a random robbery or if he was tarted but it's in the same neighborhood -- targeted but it's in the same neighborhood where police say there were two other shootings this month. >> i can't do nothing about it. some people do some things that don't have any mind. >> this is the second homicide victim of the year. the first was an accused teenaged gang member in june. 7:32. loose control improvements at richmond -- at the richmond refinery will be discussed. an environmental justice group is claiming that cancer causing
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dust at that refinery is still lingering around homes and gardens from albany to san pablo. now, the group says five of eight dust samples contain high levels of potent carson know agains -- carcinogens. the bay area air quality district will be holding the meeting today in san francisco. workers at the port of oakland will began 24-hour strike. the union says the members have gone 16 months with no contract. the union accuses the court of demanding pay cuts despite having a surplus and they say the port is lying about the finances to both the workers and the public. the workers will start their strike at 9:00 tonight outside of the airport. the strike action will begin tomorrow morning. uc berkeley has cleared out the crops that are planted in albany bay protesters with occupy the farm.
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the protesters started to plant the crops when they took over the track back in april. uc owns the land and they evicted the protesters in may. occupy the farm says they will respond to uc's actions sometime today. it is 7:33. walmart filed a complaint with the federal agency in an effort to fight back against the planned worker strike on one of the busiest striking days of the year. the united food and commercial workers union is calling for employees to walk off the job on black friday. walmart says the labor union is illegally organizing picket lines and other demonstrations. walmart says the company is ready for the black friday rush and that the striking workers represent just a small minority of their work force. happening now, holiday shoppers are already companied outside of a best -- camped outside of a best buy in
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pinole. they are planning to spend friday in line all for black friday deals. lorraine blanco has been talking to shoppers there about the rain and the forecast. there you are -- are they prepared for that, lorraine? >> reporter: yeah, they are gonna be prepared for that, tori. i've been checking out our facebook page and a lot of the comments are kind of negative about the people here. we're finding out it's less about the deals and more about the camaraderie here. in fact, thanksgiving will include a potluck and get some help to round out an outdoor feast. it seams like over anticipation has been a -- has become a holiday tradition for about the last decade. best buy doesn't open until midnight on friday. but store employees will hand out tickets as early as 10:00 p.m. outside right now, it's a little chilly. but what happens if it doesn't
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stay this way. >> it's supposed to rain the next two days. how are you guys gonna handle that? >> a friend is bringing a canopy down for us to sit under. we were out here playing democrat moi knows when the came -- dominoes when the rain came down last night. >> reporter: nothing is gonna stop you? >> n. >> no. >> reporter: some of the deals, there is a toe beer shaw wi-fi player going for $44.99. and -- toshiba wi-fi player going for $44.99. this is the first time this year, that they will be opening early for these black friday deals. reporting live in pinole, lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. in san francisco, st. anthony's welcomes curbside donations in preparation for the thanksgiving holiday. collection efforts are set up across the street from st.
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anthony's original location. a new dining hall is currently under construction. the temporary location is much stronger but with the help of the hilton hotel, they plan to collect more turkeys than last year. in san jose, hundreds of low- income families in need will get food. extra police officers will patrol the candlestick corridor in san francisco after the 49ers, chicago bears game. make cop, and marked police cars will be watching for impaired drivers from 7:00 tonight until 3:00 in the morning. now, 49ers quarterback alex smith still officially listed as questionable for tonight's game after last sunday's concussion. right there. now, espn is saying that alex smith was not cleared to play by a neurologist and will not
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play tonight. however, fox sports say they have a source that they says would be a sur -- they have a surprise if he did not play. if smith is ruled out. collin kaepernick will get the start. now, the raiders, well, mark davis, is apologizing to the fans after the raiders third straight loss. the saints beat the raiders yesterday, 38-17. mark davis says he's patient but he wants progress. raiders are now 3-7. they will play the bangles in cincinnati next sunday. 7:38. no decision on the future of cal football coach jeff tedford. the bears finished with a disappointing 3-9 record. they got a shellacking by oregon state losing 64-14.
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he's coached the bears for 11 seasons and has brought cal more wins than any other coach. cal plans to old the season- ending meeting -- >> it's a tough job, dave and tori. i think i'll stay right here. >> good morning, everybody. let's take a look at what we have. this job today, not all that tough but we do have some slow traffic out there. on 80 westbound, as you head out to the macarthur maze, there are no major problems coming out to the toll plaza, but it isn't slow. so not everyone has this monday off. a lot of schools are out. i got a lot of tweets like that. it looks like a lot of people are going. when you go to the toll plaza, it's backed up for about a 20 to 25-minute delay. it's not any lighter than it normally is. we'll see what happens in an hour or so if this starts to ease up a little bit. also, the morning commute is a little bit slow in contra costa county. it's been a little bit better than usual in antioch and
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moderately heavy in walnut creek. if you are driving through 80 it's been slow through richmond and then southbound 101 has been slowing from highway 37 heading on south. let's go to steve. >> i know cal is struggling. but sanford and oregon, that was a good game. >> we had a couple of good games over the weekend. >> we sure did. >> we have a few high clouds. the pattern is changing. i think we have one more system and then we'll go dry a little bit. it might get cold but early december is looking wet. we'll see if that continues to work its way in. today, not bad. more clouds up north, more sun. partly sunny, mostly cloudy. clouds increase on tuesday evening rain. late tuesday into wednesday morning. it's out of here. thanksgiving looks good but when we clear these clouds out of here, the valley fog is really going to be thick. partly cloudy, cool, 50s, near 60s game time.
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dropping in the mid-50s for the 49ers and bears. no rain. everybody stay thes to the north -- stayses to the north. 40 -- stays to the north. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. some of the cloud cover get temperatures up a little bit. the system not bad, i mean the system over the weekend, 3 to 4 inches of rain fell up in russian river. a pretty good punch for some. this one looks pretty good, another fast-mover. today a mix of sun and clouds. mostly cloudy to the north. lake county and mendocino county could get some rain. rain will pick unin the evening. this is a -- up in the evening. this is a cloud/rain forecast time line. not much. you can see ukiah, maybe lakeport north but then we'll watch for the front there starting to move tuesday morning. it will probably take until tuesday morning. sun and clouds today, cloudy to the north, more sun towards santa clara valley, temperatures come up a little bit. we'll see mid and lower 60s.
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actually, santa rosa up to to b cooler. but then upper 60s towards morgan hill and gilroy. redwood city at 66. clouds increase tuesday. overnight into wednesday. it's out of here. thursday looks good. now, again it will be dry. there will be a lot of fog to deal with. inland. 19 minutes before 8:00. >> the clock is ticking. just six weeksful -- until we call off the fiscal cliff. why our washington insider, jamie dupree, is convinced that congress will not come up with a solution in time. and two tech giants working together. what facebook and yahoo are in discussion about. s great! martinelli's: since 1868.
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major indexes rising more than 1% early this morning amid budget optimism and better than expected earnings reports from lowe's and tyson foods. u.s. home sales rose 2.7%. taking a live look at the big board. the dow is up 160. the nasdaq is up 45. s&p is up 21. yahoo and facebook are reported to be in talks to work together on search functions. ia hee ceo and facebook's chief operator have met to discussion the idea. the two worked together at google. neither company is commenting on the report. and new this morning, it's a story we brought you as breaking news a short time ago. intel has announced that ceo
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plans to retire in may. intell stocks were halted in early trading before the announcement. that is a typical procedure when there is a big management change. he's been with the company for almost four decades and ceo since 2005. he received his bachelor's degree in economics from the university of san francisco and a master's from cal. congress now has only six weeks to keep the country from going off the fiscal cliff. if lawmakers don't act before january 1st taxes go up for everybody and across-the-board spending cuts go into effect. jamie dupree has more from washington, d.c. is there time for a deal? >> reporter: there's always time for a deal. we have six weeks to go. there's no action going on this week. we've been told by key staffers not to expect anything. the house is out for a week from tomorrow, the senate is
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out. everybody is home for their thanksgiving break. when they get back, the urgency will be there but you have to raise your eyebrows right now and wonder how much they can get down and will they just be able to broker sort of a framework deal and then fight next year over the details. the reason i raise that is because, for example, if you do go off the fiscal cliff, yeah, the tax rates go up. you have the automatic budget cuts kick in. and that's pretty simple. if you want to cut a deal, for example, the republicans say we're interested. we'll give you democrats, maybe more tax revenue but what about the whole issue of getting the situation where you -- the tax code, a lot of people would argue if you are gonna reform that, you have gonna that have to do that in more than five weeks. i remember the last tax code, that took most of the year, not just between thanksgiving and christmas. there are some people that feel that both sides may be
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interested in letting us go off the fiscal cliff and negotiating back from there. maybe that would be an easier way to handle things. >> it could be. remember one thing, the automatic budget cuts that we're going through now, that's just the first in ten such installments that would go over the next ten years. think about all of the yelling and screaming you are hearing about. you have to do it again next year and the year after that and the year after that. i guess i look -- i look at it several days. one way to hold back on the increase of the size of government. i can rather a lot of democrats saying, you know what? one way to get back at the republicans is to go off the cliff. i don't know what's gonna happen. i know everybody is playing nice right now. boy, there's not much middle ground. we'll have to see when they get back after thanksgiving, tori. you think the winning money would be putting on the washington strategy of kicking
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down the can down the road. it looks like we're saving the battle over the details. that would be the normal kind of thing to do. we're not in normal times. we'll have to see whatever they come up with. it will be -- you know, they keep telling me we'll get down before christmas. most of my colleagues, we're taking all of our vacation this coming week because we think there's not gonna be much of it at the end the year. we'll see. we'll keep in touch. you can find a link to jamie dupree's washington insider blog on our website. just go to website, pull down the news menu bar and go to our politics page. 7:49. today, psychiatrists are expected to update a judge on the mental health of a man accused in a shooting rampage at oikos university. last week, a judge suspended the proceedings of the suspect the proceedings after his
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lawyer questioned his competentty to stand trial. -- competency to stand trial. officials say he may have been targeting an administrator who was not on campus that day. a former treasurer, a, a navy veteran, is -- was in court -- treasurer, a navy veteran, was in court for stealing $30,000. that should have helped students at vargas elementary. she pleaded no contest to grand theft and face as max number of -- maximum of a year in jail. it's ben tints before 8:00. today marks a sad anniversary for a bay area family. it's been 24 years -- 24 years
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today investigators will interview the kiver -- the driver of a parade float hit by a train in texas. four military veterans were killed. 16 more were hurt in the crash in midland, texas. the ntsb said the float started to cross the railroad tracks after the train's warning system sounded. the guardrail came down on the float. the thane could not stop in time. that parade had used that same route for three years. back here at home, it's been 24 years since michaela gang ect's disappearance. the -- michaela garecht's disappearance. this morning at 10:00, her mother will hold her annual gathering outside the market where she disappeared, now called mexico's super. right now, tests are being
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performed on a bone fragment to see if it could belong to michaela. the bone was found in a well in stockston. but stockston. investigators are looking into two vish space -- in stockton. investigators are looking into two suspicious fires. two cars were destroyed and then early yesterday morning there was another car fire. two cars and a motorcycle were destroyed there as well as the storage unit containing the family unit and toys. at this point, the firefighters don't think the fires are connected. and firefighters in san francisco are trying to figure out what caused a house fire in the outer richmond neighborhood. the fire started at a home on 47th avenue between gary and anza street. one person was inside the house but was able to get out safely.
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7:54. well, in just a couple of hours representatives from an oakland- based youth program will be at the white house accepting a very special award. first lady, michelle obama, will present the national arts and humanities youth program award to oakland's youth radio. it's a nonprofit oh, selected from a pool of 350 organizations. youth radio teaches of hundreds of kids nationwide how to produce radio segments and they also learn a whole lot about teamwork as well. congratulations to them. >> yeah, very exciting. it's mup on 7:-- it's coming up on 7:55. let's check in with sal. any problems? >> well, let's look at 880 northbound. that looks holiday lie. it's moving along very nicely. when you get to the toll plaza, there is a backup there at the toll plaza, although it is
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getting better. it's backed up just beyond the 880 overcrossing. about a 15, 20-minute delay. if you are driving in marin county, the traffic is -- the traffic there looks okay. i want to moisture out to contra costa county -- i want to move out to contra costa county. it's been good in bay point, 680 slowing from pleasant to walnut creek. there is a dividing line between mostly cloudy/mostly sunny. a mix of sun and clouds today will be the pattern. a little cool for some. not too bad for others. we'll end up with plenty of 60s and mostly sunny skies unless you are up towards the north bay. mendocino county and lake county under cloudy skies. not bad tonight. mostly clear. partly cloudy, cool, upper 50s on the temperatures. no rain to worry about. still a little bit of light rain, fort bragg, clearlake, you can see a couple of little blips going by. not a big deal. the system is on its way for tuesday evening. there is pretty good rain
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there. but it looks like what happened late saturday early sunday. some brief rain and out of here. sun, for some, more sun to the south. temperatures in the 60s today for almost everybody unless you are up towards ukiah and clearlake. increasing clouds, rain comes in tuesday night, wednesday morning. it is out of here. looks good. it will be dry. coast should be beautiful here. but that inland fog could be really thick for driving purposes. 7:56. we have more on this hour's breaking news. people have been hurt in a fire at a russian river resort. a local group extends an olive branch to san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi and his family. >> reporter: san jose police are searching for a wanted man connected to a crime wave across the city. we'll tell you how an innocent driver ended up being killed. and hundreds of low-income families will be getting help for the holidays but charities still need your help.
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good morning. i've dave clark. >> it's monday, november 19th. we have breaking news from sonoma county. four people are in the hospital because of a fire at a russian river resort. it happened at the guerneville lodge. it started about 3:45 this morning. the fire actually was knocked down in about 45 minutes. it also caused some power lines of being knocked down across river road. now, newschopper2, you see it right there. it's on its way. it will take us there in a few minutes. to road is closed between bonita avenue and state highway 116. pg&e is headed there as well to fix those downed lines. again, you can see newschopper2 in the air heading there. so far we haven't heard anything about the conditions of those four people taken to the hospital. we'll keep checking with newschopper2 as soon as they get there and bring us live pictures. we'll abring you all of that information -- we'll bring you all of that information from the scene. in about 90 minutes, san
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jose police will be holding a news conference talking about a continuing manhunt in connection with a person wanted with regarding a violent spree that led to an officer-involved shooting. alex savidge is live with more on this story. and a memorial was set up for a man caught up in the violence. >> reporter: well, san jose police say while the two criminals were on the run, they tried to carjack a man here outside of the 7/11 store and in the process, the man was shot and killed. we'll show you now that outside of the store, a memorial has been set up for the victim, rory park from san jose. police say they are trying to still at this point to identify and capture one of two men they believe were involved in this killing and in the string of violent crimes around san jose around friday night. so far one arrest has been made. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks is behind bars. police believe he and his atom police carry -- accomplice
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kirrryed out -- carried out robberies on friday night. one officer was grazed by gunfire when bullets went through the windshield of their patrol car. police returned fire. wilbanks was wounded and then taken into custody. but they say the accomplice was able to escape during the shootout. and this morning, the search is on. one neighbor who stopped by the memorial this morning told me this killing struck a nerve with her. >> it could have been anyone. it could have been us. you know, just going about his own business and somebody tried to steal his car and kill him. i don't think his life was worth that. >> reporter: and the police say there's no updates so far to report on the search for that second suspect. police are holding a news conference later on this morning. that begins at 9:30 at city hall. they will have more on this
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investigation. in the meantime, san jose's police unit still offering up the $10,000 reward for anyone who can offer any information in this case. live this morning in san jose, resident, ktvu channel 2 news -- in san jose, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. middle east conflicts continues. we saw one air strike this morning. that one right there. sent that huge plum of smoke and fire into the -- plume of smoke and fire into the air. that high-rise building is where several news organizations have their buildings. and also, jihad says that air strike killed one of their top leaders. and israel and gaza are fighting. lawmakers here in the u.s. are obviously closely watching these developments. the united states of
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america has to push as hard as we can to resolve this israeli palestinian issue. so many events are -- hinge on making that process go forward. >> senator mccain also went on to say he thinks the u.s. should send an -- a high- ranking envoy to the middle east to help negotiate an end to all of the fighting. he even suggested former president obama. now, when clinton was the president, he did hold meetings at camp david with leaders from israel and the palestinian authorities. also, new this morning, president obama is in cambodia. it's the third and last time on his asian tour. the president posed with asian leaders. this was just ahead of a summit meeting this morning. it's the first visit ever by a united states president to cambodia. coming up for you at 8:15, why a meeting between president obama and the cambodian prime minister was a bit tense. it is 8:04.
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top oakland police officials are the targets of some sharp criticism it's coming from the department's own police union. the oakland tribune reports the police union filed a harsh critique in court. it accuses department leaders of misleading the public about implementing court-ordered reforms stemming from the 2003 ryders case. this all comes as the department faces a federal takeover. on december 13th, a judge will hear arguments on whether to appoint a federal receiver. while the ross mirkarimi case is still fresh on many friends, an event is promoting an end to violence againstwomen. the sheriff and his family have been invited to the annual mission district healing arts
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festival. organizers say the event gives men and women who have endured violence a space to heal. mirkarimi is on probation after pleading guilty in march to a misdemeanor false imprisonment for a new year's eve argument where he bruised his wife's arm. a south bay organization will start passing out holiday gift boxes to needy families. janine de la vega is in san jose and has been on this story since 4:30 this morning and you are outside sacred heart community services there. what's the late, janine? -- what's the latest, janine? >> reporter: well, volunteers have really come out to help set things up. that's because hundreds of families are gonna come here and get pre-boxed food. they will all get a turkey and some fresh vegetables and boxed items. this is video that we took at
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4:00 this morning. this really illustrates the need for the low-income families. these people are here to pick up holiday food boxes. it doesn't start until 9:00 a.m. but they camped out here because they said they needed blankets and clothes. many are not homeless. they are low income and just struggling to live in the silicon valley. i talked to someone woman who said how thankful she was and how difficult her thanksgiving would be without her help. >> it would be like -- as long as somebody opens the doors for you and everything, it will be okay. i was grateful. >> reporter: sacred heart community service has registered more families than they did last year to receive holiday food boxes. they expect to serve 4,000 and the staff says they are hoping not to turn anyone away. othough the charity is still short 1,000 turkeys and they say they could use more
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donations. if would like to help you can drop off the donations over here at first and alma. you can also donate online and if you just go to, click on web links and that willive you more information on how you can help -- and that will give you more information on how you can help. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. sam, there's gonna be issues people need to be aware of this evening with the 49ers having a monday knight -- monday night football game. >> big game, right. a lot of people coming in. keep that in mind. right now we're gonna look at the toll plaza. it's getting better. you see some improvement here. later today, there will be more people crossing for that 5:30 kickoff at candlestick park. the 49ers and the chicago bears. it's a sellout so you will be seeing a lot of people coming through. in san francisco, 101 itself will be busy, especially on southbound 101.
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right now, northbound looks good in the commute direction. walnut creek, southbound 60 is busy -- southbound 680 is but -- is busy. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. >> you are welcome. >> north bay, cloudy. the farther north, cloudy. farther south, it's sunny. it will be a flies day for some. we'll wait for the rain to come in tuesday afternoon/evening. forecast headlines kind of an interesting week. the pattern will go quiet, dry as we go into the upcoming weekend. but maybe cold. mix of sun and clouds. rain into maybe early wednesday and then it is out here -- it is out of here. there will be a lot of fog inland, not so much on the coast or may but that valley fog. not a problem. partly cloudy, mostly clear. 50s. a little cool but no rain we have to worry about.
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that stays up north. the front, we're waiting for the front. it will get here. you can see a lot of cloud cover, especially up towards northern sonoma, napa county. 50s on the temperatures. everyone is really close. speaking of. you can see a few showers drifting by. ukiah. there's been some light drizzle. it's up there, that system but it's waiting to come back here until torm. some areas will have a lot of snub -- a lot of sun. other areas will be dealing with a lot of cloud cover. clouds increase on seuss and -- tuesday and then the -- clouds increase and then the rain will pick up. cloudy to north. more sun to the south. that means temperatures up for some. a little cooler for others. not a bad day overall. 6s on on the temperatures -- 60sen the temperatures -- 60s on the temperatures. upper 60s in gilroy. clouds increase on tuesday. we'll bring rain in. it looks like a decent system
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north bay -- it looks like a decent system in the north bay. that will really be forming. some areas will have a lot of sunshine. warmer temperatures. a big vote tomorrow in san francisco on whether to band public nudity. the proposed ordinance would make nudity illegal with the exception of street fairs that have permits and parades. scott evener -- scott wiener is pushing the issue. a group of nudists filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking that proposal last week. well, 27 animals involved in the making of the hobbit movies apparently died from unsafe farm conditions. animal handlers say the production company is to blame. horses, goats, chickens and one sheep died at a farm in new england. about 150 anmaims were housed. the -- animals were housed for
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the movie. the oh, overlooking the anmales says they were not harmed during the film and conditions were quickly improved after the animals died. reporting the housing farm had bluffs, sinkholes and broken fencing. 8:11. the homes of many hurricane sandy victims will soon be demolished. the building's department has been red tagging homes that have so much damage they must be torn down. people are saving what they can before the homes are bulldozed. since many victims are now living with family and friends authorities are struggling to find them and tell them the bad news. vice president joe biden visited parts of new jersey over the weekend that were devastated by sandy. he said he will make sure the jersey -- the jersey shore is fully restored. he said, you got a home boy in the deal. who gets it. >> as the president said up here with the governor, we're not going anywhere and you got a home boy in the deal who --
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who gets it. the vice president is from scranton, pennsylvania and summered at the jersey shore when he was a child. 8:12. there is a story about new questions about the america's cup boats whether they are too big and too fast. why racing officials are rethinking new designs after a crash on the bay. and the big award for some of the bay area's brightest young minds. how far will people go to relieve their sore throat?
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temperatures today, a little cool for some, not too bad for others. we are expecting rain tuesday afternoon in the north. 8:15. new this morning, president obama is in cambodia. it's his last stop of his asian tour. alison burns is live to tell us why the meeting with the prime minister there was a tense one. >> reporter: dave, he's the first american president to visit cambodia. here is video we brought in. while it's certainly all smiles on take, white house officials say it was a tense meeting with the president with the cambodian prime minister. president obama spent most of the meeting highlighting the need of free elections and discussing prisoners. president obama met with the leader who led the struggle against military rule.
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president obama encouraged the continuation of democratic reforms there. >> reforms launched from the top of society must meet the aspirations of citizens who form its foundations. >> president obama was also in bangkok, thailand, on sunday where he and the secretary of state, hillary clinton, visited a buddhist temple. while they were there, the president asked for prayers to help with the budget challenges back here at home. reporting live from washington, d.c., alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. well, last week, president obama had a little fun welcoming the 2012 u.s. women's olympic team to the white house. take a look at this photo. the white house released this of the president imitating maroney's now famous not impressed look. she won an individual silver medal, not the gold medal and during the ceremonies she was caught making this not
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impressed face which went viral. she said it was the president who brought it up who said to her, i pretty much do that face at least once a day. 8:17. america's cup officials are reportedly considering smaller catamarans for races in the future. this is after the oracle team racing boat freewayed over while -- flipped over while practicing on the san francisco bay. the boat is built for speed but the news reports some question whether it is too big to handle. however, oracle team's skipper says riskky maneuvering, not the design caused the miss happen. oracle is rushing to complete everything for the finals. larkspur native and yale university senior katherine la port is among the scholarship winners. the other winners are --
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they will each receive $50,000 for each year of study. and the individual who needed the final jet to make his final interview was not awarded the interview. he ran a ncaa cross-country championship in kentucky, then flew on a private jet in seattle the same day. he had pulled his hamstring in the race and was not picked for the scholarship but i still called the day a terrific experience. 8:19. a rally planned today at uc davis, it will mark the university of that infamous pepper spraying of occupy protesters. it was a year ago yesterday that campus police sprayed protesters during a sit-in and the video of this went viral on youtube. the university eventually agreed to a $1 million settlement with 21 injured
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students. a critical review of the campus police chief led to that chief's retirement earlier this year. another major move in the occupy the farm movement in albany but will it be the final word in an argument that started earlier this year? what the uc has done to the protesters crops planted on u.s. owned land in albany. we'll tell you about that -- coming up at 8:32. 8:19. update on some breaking news we've been following from sonoma county. newschopper2 has arrived on the scene where four people are in the hospital after a fire at the guerneville lodge, a resort along the return river. these are live pictures from newschopper2. you can see fire crews on the scene. looks like quite a mess there. the fire brought down power lines outside of the road on river road. so that river road is closed between bonita avenue and highway 116 until pg&e crews can repair the downed line. the fire was first reported
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around 3:45 this morning. it took about 45 minutes for firefighters to knock it down. so far no word of the condition of the four people taken to the hospital. but again, we just wanted to let you know, newschopper2 has just arrived on the scene bringing us some pictures. as we get more information on the story, we'll bring it to you. >> yeah. 8:20. ,000 thousands of -- thousands of state parolees could get a free pass. more shocking details coming out in a ktvu special report about a controversial plan to reduce the number of inmates in california jails. there is rain in the five- day forecast. but is it likely to fall on thanksgiving? steve paulson is tracking the system. he will have your forecast -- next. good morning. golden gate bridge. southbound 101 traffic looks good heading down to the toll plaza. we'll tell you more straight ahead.
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weapons charges have been dropped against an oakland raiders line backer. mcclain was supposed to serve 180 days in jail after being convicted of weapons charges involving a gun in alabama but the alleged victim decided not to press charges. he will not serve any jail time and he's cleared. thousands of bay area parolees may soon get a prepass from behind bars. it's part of an effort to
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relieve overcrowding at state prisons. the state wants to discharge 10,000 parolees at large from state parole supervision. officials say the plan will only release low-level offenders. but according to an internal department of corrections memo obtained by ktvu in the second and third phases, serious and violent criminal cases could also be reviewed. the mart jo -- the majority of our victims that have been involved in violent crimes or suspects are either on probation or parole or sometimes both. so you are adding to that population by allowing them to basically wipe their slate clean. >> while there are many people against the plan, corrections officials are defending the change sas a necessary part of the -- a necessary part of the realignment of the california prison system. 8:25. let's get you moving. sal, how is 880 holding up? >> it's a little bit slow.
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all of a sudden, we have slow traffic there on 880 northbound. remember last time we showed it to you, it was absolutely light and now it's slow driving up to high street. it's not unusual but i thought that maybe we would get a break on this monday before thanksgiving. but clearly we're not. bay bridge toll plaza, that's improving a little bit, although it's backed up for at least a 15-minute delay at the toll plaza. if you are driving on 80 we've had busy traffic and marin county, southbound 101 there is a accident on the shoulder. 8:25. let's go to steve. we do have mostly cloudy skies up in the north bay and then cloudy as you get up towards mendocino county and lake county. it will an nice day for some, kind of a cloudy gray day for others. we're waiting for one more system. it will be here tuesday afternoon, evening. after that, things will start to calm down. it looks like the pattern will change. no problem for the game tonight. just dress warm. it will be a little bit -- it
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will be a little on the cool side. thank goodness the game is not being played tuesday. we'd have to talk about rain. temperatures are very close, within a couple of degrees of each other. a little bit of rain. it's up towards eureka and crescent city. not a bad-looking system. it will make its move and start marching in tomorrow. i think it will be a quick mover. sun for some, clouds for others. more sun to the south. temperatures today, in the 60s. a little bit cool cooler maybe as you go farther north because of the cloud cover. a little warmer toward the south just because it will be sunny and not cloudy. that does look like rain moves in tuesday afternoon and then tuesday night, wednesday morning it should be on its way out of here. maybe a few splash canadian dash showers. thursday looks good -- splash- and-dash showers. thursday looks good. we'll have to watch out for the morning fog.
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more about this hour's breaking news coming in from sonoma county. these are live pictures. four people hurt. it happened at fire at a russian river resort. newschopper2 just got there minutes ago. we're live in san francisco where muni face as very difficult decision. we'll tell you why improving its buses could actually make some parents and students angry. some say this is crazy but the shoppers in pinole say it's a family tradition to camp out before the deals. we'll show you why they are so enthusiastic when "mornings on 2" continues.
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welcome back. 8:0.
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breaking news from sonoma county -- 8:0. breaking news from sonoma -- 8:30. sonoma county, four people in the hospital after a fire at the guerneville lodge. newschopper2 has these pictures. you can see all of the fire department activity still at the scene. firefighters were actually able to put the fire out about two hours ago. they are still there watching for possible flareups. another big problem, the fire knocked down power lines across river road. so that road is closed between bonita avenue and highway 116. newschopper2 is giving us that wider look at the road there. so far, we don't know about the condition of the four people who had to be taken to the hospital. at this point, we don't know the cause of the fire. it's still under investigation. meantime, in other news, city leaders in san francisco will step into a really big money battle involving muni.
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muni has to decide what to do with the multi-million dollar windfall ktvu's tara moriarty says the big decision is really boiling down to two options, right, tara? >> reporter: yes, and a lot of people would like to see some of sort of a balance struck here. some say use it to provide money for improvement. others say use it to provide free rides for those who can't afford it? it is a debate that's pitting youth activists against transit corrects. in one hour, it will be the focus of a meeting downtown, the board of supervisors government audit. the metropolitan transportation committed just allotted $6.7 million. so now they need to decide how to use it. some would like to see free rides for low-incomes. but others are saying to put it into maintenance. >> they only run one car. you can hardly get on it.
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they used to run two cars from this area but now they only run one. it's very discouraging to try to get to work on time. there's no free lunch and you kids have to learn that at a young age. >> reporter: one kids who can't afford to buy a ticket ride it anyway and get a ticket. >> i know some who can't afford the ticket and i feel bad. >> reporter: wiener feels like they should improve the maintenance. but critics say that he's creating a false ultimatum. when future funds become available, they should be used for maintenance projects. the public can base the opinion but ultimately, the board will take place on december 4th. thrive san francisco, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news.
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workers at -- live in san francisco, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. workers at the port will begin a 48-hour strike. the union says its members have gone 16 months without a contract. the union says the port is lying about port finances to the workers and the public. workers will begin their strike at 9:00 tonight at the oakland airport. the strike action outside of the port begins in the morning. uc berkeley has cleared out the crops. the protesters starting to plant the crops when they took over the gill tract in albany in april. uc owns the land and evicted the protesters in may. the activists say they were building on what they believe they owned. three people have been
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arrested in the death of a homeless man. police the victim's body was found late saturday night. the 53-year-old man was pronounced dead south of depot park. shortly after, the police said they found the suspects and they were looked -- they were looked for -- booked for investigation of murder. 8:34. more police patrols in menlo park in the bel airen -- haven area. after a man was shot in his car as -- bel haven area after a man was shot while walking to his car. he was visiting a friend when attacked. police are not sure if this was random or targeted. but it happened in the same neighborhood where police say there were two other sheetings this month. >> all of a sudden, all of these shootings, it's -- it's heartbreaking. it's too much. >> now, cunliff is menlo park's second homicide of the year. the first was an accused teenaged gang member back in
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june. 8:35. happening now, holiday shoppers camped outside of best buy in pinole. some say it is more about tradition than the black friday deals but there is some growing backlash online. lorraine blanco is in pin nome with the war of words. good morning, lorraine. >> reporter: good morning, tori. that's right. you can see this tweet right here by j.c. penney. it says, thanksgiving is for thinking, not for shopping. we're opening at 6:00 a.m. on black friday and we're finding on our twitter an our took accounts, the same time of sentiment. one of our followers just wrote, what a joke! but the people out here are telling us it's about camaraderie. they come out here to be with the other shoppers and they say it's fun to spend thanksgiving this way. best buy doesn't open until midnight on friday for those door bluster deals but -- door bluster deals. the store will open as early as
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10:00 on thursday. one woman says the shoppers are her family while her family is all overseas. >> well, all of my kids are gone right now. one is in afghanistan. one is in the navy. i don't know where she's stationed at. >> everyone down here seems to know each other and we're taking care of each other. not too worried about it. >> reporter: if you're interested in the deal, you can get a 40-inch hd tv for $179.99. it usually sells for close to $400. there is also a toshiba smart wi-fi blu ray player going for $49.99 here. analysts expect less shoppers for black friday nationwide this year but at least two smalls here in the bay area. they disagree and think they will have one of their best seasons yet. we'll soon see. lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, lorraine.
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the need this holiday season is everywhere. st. anthony's in san francisco is collecting curbside locations. they are operating at a temporary location, across the street from the original dining hall under construction. the charity hopes to receive more than 1,000 turkeys this year. meantime, a similar food donation operation is underway in the south bay. volunteers hope to give turkeys and all of the trimmings in need. but they need help. the giveaway begins in less than half an hour. we'll have a live report coming up at 8:53. time jut about 8:38. still -- time just about 8:38. still -- watching the toll plaza still, sal. it's been busy. >> it has been. it started to get better and then it became crowded again. it's backed up for a 20, 25- minute delay with some crowding coming around the macarthur
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maze. if you are driving in oakland, traffic is moving well down the san mateo bridge and then you will see a crowd of conditions over to the high rise. also, we've been looking at the commute in contra costa county. southbound 680 has been slow through walnut creek but it's much better than it normally is. we're seeing lighter than usual conditions on 680. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. mostly sunny, partly cloudy. more clouds in the north. we have one more front that will be by. overnight into wednesday morning. then it looks like the pattern is going to change a little bit. people ask me this all of the time. what do you see? what do you see? it looks like a quiet pattern into the weekend and then maybe turning colder at the end of the month. we have to deal with this one coming in tomorrow. 49er forecast, just fine. not a problem. when you are working at the office, and you look up.
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it's 5:15, it's dark. that's tough. 50s on the temperatures and temperatures kind of -- the cloud cover for some didn't really been too much. it's really kind of light. you have to go up farther north to find our front and there it is. this will be here. one forecast model a little more bullish with it. it will weaken considerably by the same we -- tie the became it makes it down to the mountains probably -- by the time we make it down to the mountains. clouds to the north. sun to the south. maybe some very light rain. the rain will pick up later in the afternoon and evening and then overnight into everybody and wednesday. and then it is out here -- it is out of here. temperatures kind of warming up for those santa clara valley. 67, 68. san jose, morgan hill and also gilroy. clouds will be on the move on
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tuesday. we'll cloud it up get rain up. maybe the evening commute could be wet. wednesday morning, things start to calm down. it will be out of here. thursday looks good. the only thing i'm concerned about will be the valley fog. not the coast, not the bay. but that will be really thick as we get into thursday and friday. extra police officers tonight patrol the dandle stick corridor -- candlestick corridor. motorcycle marks and park -- motorcycle done, and marked -- motorcycle cops and marked police cars will be watching for imbared drivers -- imbared drivers. and alex smith is stillliesed as -- is still listed as questionable to play. he was not cleared by a neurologist, it's reported, but he will not play tonight but fox spores says they have a spores that says it would be surprise -- a surprise if smith does not play.
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ifese ruled out, colin kaepernick would get the -- if he's ruled out, colin kaepernick would get the start. across the bray, mark davis is a -- bay, mark davis is apologizing to raider fans for the third loss in a control. the saints beat them. the raiders are 3-7. they play the bangles in cincinnati on sunday. the san rafael city council will consider a three-year deal with their independent baseball team. the san rafael specifics will debut. now, the new agreement deals with several issues that were raised by neighbors including noise levels and jaywalking. 8:42. the man accused in the oikos university shooting massacre goes back to court today. the question raised at his last
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hearing and why it may be answered today. san jose police getting ready to update their search for one of two men involved in a crime wave across the city. we'll tell you about the killing they are accused of carrying out when "mornings on 2" continues. [ male announcer ] steak combos.
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investors appear more optimistic about a deal to avoid a federal budget crisis and we're -- and were encouraged by a pair of corporate earnings reports. also, the national association of realers says sales of previously occupied homes in the u.s. rose 11% in october compared to a year ago. helped by a stronger job market and record low mortgage rates. the dow is up 155. the nasdaq is up 44. s&p up 20. 8:45. cisco systems of san jose is buying miraki for $1.2 billion. the deal will expand its cloud computer capabilities. meraki is a private-ly -- privately-held san francisco company that planned to remain
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private but this will help them achieve their goal of $1 billion. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories -- cross border attacks between israel and hamas, still going on. you are looking at video. an israeli strike on a media setter in -- center in gaza city. that air strike killed one of the top leaders. back here at home an germ fire in sonoma county at the guerneville lodge sent four people to the hospital. this is newschopper2 video we got in 15 minutes ago. the fire knocked down power lines closing down river road between bonita avenue and highway 116. and a $10,000 reward is now being offered as police are still searching for the second suspect of a violent crime spree in san jose. an officer was injured after being -- after being shot by those suspects friday night.
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alex savidge is on this story since 4:30 this morning. so alex why so so -- why are so many people concerned about their safety? >> reporter: that's because police are still trying to identify and capture that second suspect in this crime spree that included a killing. two armed men tried to carjack a driver and that man ended up being shot and killed in the process. you can see here outside of the store, a memorial has been set up for that victim identified as rory park from san jose. so far, one arrest has been made. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks is behind bars. police believe he and his accomplice carried out four separate armed robberies on friday night and then opened up fire on police officers after a chase. one officer was grazed by gunfire when bullets grazed through the front window. police returned fire, wounding wilbanks and he was taken into
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custody. but police say during the shootout, wilbanks' accomplice managed to escape. he's still on the loose. police interest trying to find him. they consider him a daker to the public -- danger to the public. one neighbor said she's upset an innocent man lost his life. >> it could have been anyone, it could have been us. a guy just going about his business. somebody tried to kill his -- tried to steal his car and kill him. i don't think his life was worth that. >> reporter: san jose police are woulderring up -- offering up a $10,000 reward for any information for the capture of this individual still on the loose. at last check, no updates. but still are still planning to hold a news conference at 9:30 at san jose city hall, both police and the mayor will be involved there. the possible motive for this
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crime spree. alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:49. today, psychiatrists are expected to update a judge on the mental competency of a man accused in a shooting rampage at oakland's oikos university. last month, a judge suspended criminal proceedings against one goe and ordinaried psychiatric tests to test his mental capacity. prosecutor the say goh may have -- prosecutors say goh may have been targeting an administrator not on campus that day. a former teacher will be sentenced for stealing money from a sunnyvale school. a navy veteran was featured in a story on a veterans mental health center. she blamed her actions on post- traumatic stress syndrome. but critics do not accept that
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as an -- as an excuse for stealing $0,000 that should have helped students at vargas elementary. she faces up to a year in jail. 8:50. aaa expects 5.4 million californians will travel to enjoy the thanksgiving holiday this year. many are makic the long holiday weekend a full week off. travelers say they would rather start early and not deal with long lines at airport security. others are avoiding that possibility by driving. >> we live up in redding. we're gonna make a trip back down here to visit him and possibly at christmastime, too. otherses say they will save time and save some money by just staying home and hosting a holiday get-together there. well, justin bieber fever continues. >> the teenaged singer came out on top of the american music awards, taking home art of the
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-- artist of the year. >> i can't even think. i'm so blown away right now. [ cheers ] >> he beat out all of them for the top spot. the 18-year-old also won two more amas favorite pop rock album and favorite pop rock male activistsist and he performed two songs at the award show as well. ♪ too legit ♪ too legit to quit ♪ ♪ >> there's the man from oakland, mc ma'amer joining the -- mc hammer on the stage last night. he had everybody dancing. the dance collaboration was "too legit to quit." hammer says he's a fan of "si."
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minutes from now, families in san jose will begin receiving holiday food boxes from volunteers at sacred heart community service. janine de la vega is live in san jose where volunteers have been getting ready, things ready all morning. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning. well, in the next five minutes, sacred heart community service will open its doors and start handing out turkeys. you are looking at a line of people who are waiting to get inside and also this is what they are waiting for. here you can see, each of them will be given a big turkey and they will all be given these fresh produce, vegetables, they have all been prepackaged in these holiday gift boxes. now, in the last hour, there's been a lot of activity at
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sacred heart community service. each gift box has a turkey, canned food and fruits and vegetables. the charity will serve more than 4,000 turkeys but they are short about 1,000 turkeys. some people drove in this morning to drop off donations because they recognize the need. this morning i was watching the news and saw that they were short on turkeys and decided on the way in, i would stop and buy one on way in. >> reporter: how does that make you feel? >> it's a good feeling as well. you want to help your community as best you can. it's an opportunity to do so. >> reporter: just to give you an idea of the need for food, this is video that we took outside of sacred heart a week and a half ago, hundred of people camped outovernight in the rain to register to the the holiday food boxes and for toys for children. back out here live, you can see cars are actually lined up because people have been hearing about the need for food and those people in those cars are dropping off donations. now, if you would like to help, you can go to our website at
8:58 am and click on web links for more information. recording live from san jose, back to you. >> all right. let's quickly check in with sal. what do you see out there, sal? >> at the toll plaza we do have some slow traffic coming through. it is getting better, though. in san francisco it's become better. there is a game at candlestick. now, let's go to steve. >> mostly cloudy north bay and then mostly sunny everywhere else. we'll increase the clouds, get some rain in here. north bay overnight into wednesday and beyond. >> okay. that's our report for now. we'll see you the next time news breaks. thank you for trusting ktvu news. >> thanks for watching.
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